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Diary of a Wargames Butterfly

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April 23, 2017

Projects

What to paint next for my Epic Armies?

Just running a quick poll on Twitter to see what I should do next for my epic armies, feel free to add your voice to the decision not sure what Epic figures to do next so lets have a vote — Mike Hobbs (@Wargamer_Mike) April 9, 2017

Painting Progress – Giant Snake

its time for yet another Conan miniature from the never ending pile of plastic I have. and finally I’ve picked up the courage to tackle to most reconcilable miniature in the box set yes its the Giant Snake as always her’s the model in it’s pure unpainted form and here it is with some paint

Painting Progress – Pallantides

its been a while since I last posted about something I’ve painted but I had a bit of time this weekend and managed to knock out another miniature from my pile of Conan figures so today let me introduce you to Pallantides the Commander of the Black Dragons here’s the model before I painted it and

Total Battle Miniatures – 15mm Village

As I’ve just started playing 15mm Napoleonic’s again I decided to treat myself to some nice terrain to fit in with the period and I had a look at a few suppliers. But the problem I found was 15mm terrain was too big for the games I was planning on playing and its because of

Painting Progress – Thog and Conan the Warlord

after a long hiatus I’m back painting my Conan miniatures again and today I can show off what is possibly my favourite model in the whole game, that being Conan the Warlord. one of the things I really like about the Conan game is the way they have included lots of different versions of the great

War of 1812 Sharp Practice Supplement is out

The War of 1812 supplement for Sharp Practice that I’ve been working on for ages is finally out and you can buy it on the Too Fat Lardies website for the excellent price £7.50 It’s right here if you are interested it’s only available as a PDF but at 65 pages its well worth a look

18mm French Army 1815

Carrying on from my last post its time to look at my 18mm French army, that I put together for games played in the 100 days these are based on the I Corp under D’Erlon at Waterloo 1st Division – Général de Brigade Baron Joachim Jérôme Quiot du Passage  1st Brigade – Colonel Claude Charlet 1er

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